From hitting bottom to getting help, we outline the 3 steps for women seeking a sober life. More here.
Halfway houses cost about the same as living in a modest apartment or home . Read on to learn more about halfway houses and their costs, including utilities and security deposit, here.
Does insurance cover smoking cessation? ... Possibly! Find out more about health insurance coverage for smoking cessation and how to get help here.
Alcohol rehab may not be necessary for a full recovery from a drinking problem. But, how do you know if you need alcohol rehab, or not? We review here.
It’s important to choose the right time, place, and participants for a successful drug intervention. More on best practices in drug abuse intervention here.
Addiction treatment is imperative to helping reduce drug related crimes and repeat offenses. Information on types of addiction treatment offered in prison and their barriers here.
Anyone suspected of abusing drugs can benefit from drug testing. To find out more about who needs drug testing, keep reading.
Paying for rehab without insurance is possible. In fact, you may be surprised to find out that you have a number of different options if you need rehab but have no insurance. Read on for more.
Paying for drug rehab is possible, especially if you know where to look for help. Read on for more information on where to find help paying for drug addiction treatment here.
It’s no secret that addiction treatment can be expensive. In fact, cost is the number one barrier to treatment. The good news is that there are affordable addiction treatment options - you just need to know where to look. More here.
Covering the cost of drug or alcohol treatment without insurance is possible. Learn ways to seek drug or alcohol rehab without insurance here.
Outpatient addiction treatment can average around $6,800 for a 10 week program, while inpatient addiction treatment costs an average of around $19,000 for a 28 day stay. More on addiction treatment and cost savings here.